Wilkins argues that the district court erred in concluding that he is not a co-inventor of GE’s ’985 patent because the court did not compare the conception described in Wilkins’s Design and Cost Analysis document [which was introduced as corroborating evidence of inventorship]. Gen. Electric Co. at *10-11 (text added).
Wilkins did not prove his inventorship claim by clear and convincing evidence because he did not present any credible testimony that could be corroborated [since Wilkins was biased due to a financial arrangement with another party and all his answers to questions during litigation were purposefully evasive]. Id. at *11 (text added).